(groups and genetics)
1 – We can evolve (a) through normal mutation (b) through selection by intergenerational expression (c) class (quality) sortition, rates of reproduction, and rotation, (d) through selection by group strategy and reorganization resulting in asymmetric rates, , (e) through technological innovation. Although “d” is misunderstood.
2 – Of these five methods of evolution it appears c,d,e are faster and more influential than a,b. And that in general we are selecting between low dimorphism and increased rates of maturity (male) in hotter climates, higher populations, and greater disease gradients, versus higher dimorphism and decrease rates of maturity (female) in cooler climates, lower populations, and weaker disease gradients.
3 – The primary axis of difference between the races and sub races, if not tribes, consists in (a) the distribution of dimorphism (balance of male and female traits between the genders), (b) degree of neoteny (balance of rates of maturity or delayed maturity), and (c) success at culling the underclasses (defectives).
4 – We do not face this reality yet in the postwar era due to (((suppression))) of scientific truths, but some races and sub races are more evolved than others and we can test this because rates of maturity (neoteny), degrees of dimorphism (cognitive structure, and endocrine responses), and IQ distribution (degree of suppression of the underclasses). In this sense races and sub races are vastly unequal.
5 – But this only means that in large part some groups express different excellences in their middle, upper middle and upper classes, and that some groups have been more successful at culling the lower classes due to climate and available means of production.
6 – In other words, we can continue to speciate by our various group excellences if and only if homogenous nation states that practice economic eugenics (reproductive limitations).